Introduction to Battlefront
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Damaging Bedspring Armour
Modelling a Red Banner
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American Late War Painting and Hobby Resources
Adding Detail to Your Plastic T-34s
Bagration: Axis Allies Painting and Hobby Resources
German Late War Painting and Hobby Resources
Modelling an Armia Krajowa Army
Working With Flexible Plastic Figures
Soviet Late War Painting and Hobby Resources
British Late War Painting and Hobby Resources
Evan’s Churchill Project Part 1
Evan’s Churchill Project Part 2
Building an SBG Bridging Churchill
A Tale of Two Tigers: Part Two
Working With Thermo Plastic
Building a V1 Rocket Launch Site
Using Plastic Rural and Rubble Bases
Hobby League Landing Page
Tactical Edge Cards in the Global Campaign
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Assembling the Archer
First, insert the fighting compartment into the lower hull.
The fighting compartment in position.
Attach the upper hull to the lower hull.
Glue the tracks onto the lower hull. These are keyed to help you get the orientation correct.
The upper superstructure can now be attached to the upper hull.
The superstructure in place.
The superstructure from the front.
The next step is to assemble the gun. Attach the gun barrel to the breach, using the key to get the orientation correct.
The assembled gun can now be glued into place on the mounting points.
The gun shield can be finally attached. The gun slides through the hole in the shield.
The gun shield in place, with the gun poking through.
Finally, the spare track links can be attached to the small key on the front.
The completed Archer, now ready to head to the painting booth!
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